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Susan Parker Rosen

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in Darby, Pa, The United States
October 12, 1950

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Susan Parker Rosen believes her missing great grandmother was admitted (involuntary) into the Magdalene Laundries during the Victorian Period. This educated assumption of the hers' was impossible to prove, compelling this author to write the exciting and adventurous book, "The Bastard Child."

She is presently working on the Izzy Short Story Series, the first short story "Alone in Rehoboth Beach," and the 2nd in the series, "Missing on Hatteras Island," are both presently published and available on Amazon. Her newest release "Cold Case in Cape May," her first Novella in the series was inspired by the movie, "The Alphabet Killer."

"I write many different stories, I don't want to be known for just one genre. In fact, "The Bastard Child," was a
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Susan Parker Rosen The Bastard Child was inspired by my ancestry research, when I could not find my Great Grandmother after the birth of her son (my grandfather). To…moreThe Bastard Child was inspired by my ancestry research, when I could not find my Great Grandmother after the birth of her son (my grandfather). To enhance the readers enjoyment the plot takes place in the same town my grandfather's family resided, Bridgnorth. Sara Parkerson discovers a mystery in her family ancestry and fly's off to the UK to solve the mystery of the past. There are many other mysteries, in my own life, that sparked my thoughts of the next mystery. Keep watching for a sequel!(less)
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“Write it. Just write it. Write it on receipts in the car while you wait for your kid to finish their piano lessons, scribble on napkins at lunch with friends. Type on crappy typewriters or borrow computers if you have to. Fill notebooks with ink. Write inside your head while you’re in traffic and when you’re sitting in the doctor’s office. Write the truth, write lies. Write the perfect spouse. Write your dreams. Write your nightmares. Write while you cry about what you’re writing, write while you laugh out loud at your own words. Write until your fingers hurt, then keep writing more. Don’t ever stop writing. Don’t ever give up on your story, no matter what “they” say. Don’t ever let anybody take away your voice. You have something to say, your soul has a story to tell. Write it. There is never any reason to be afraid. Just write it and then put it out there for the world. Shove it up a flag pole and see who salutes it. Somebody will say it’s crap. So what? Somebody else will love it. ...more Melodie Ramone
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“Reading brings us unknown friends.” — Honoré de Balzac”
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“If you show someone something you've written, you give them a sharpened stake, lie down in your coffin, and say, ‘When you’re ready’.”
David Mitchell, Black Swan Green

“Reading brings us unknown friends.” — Honoré de Balzac”
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“Some of you say, “Joy is greater than sorrow,” and others say, “Nay, sorrow is the greater.”
But I say unto you, they are inseparable.
Together they come, and when one sits alone with you at your board, remember that the other is asleep upon your bed.”
Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet

“Find a purpose to serve, not a lifestyle to live.”
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“Write it. Just write it. Write it on receipts in the car while you wait for your kid to finish their piano lessons, scribble on napkins at lunch with friends. Type on crappy typewriters or borrow computers if you have to. Fill notebooks with ink. Write inside your head while you’re in traffic and when you’re sitting in the doctor’s office. Write the truth, write lies. Write the perfect spouse. Write your dreams. Write your nightmares. Write while you cry about what you’re writing, write while you laugh out loud at your own words. Write until your fingers hurt, then keep writing more. Don’t ever stop writing. Don’t ever give up on your story, no matter what “they” say. Don’t ever let anybody take away your voice. You have something to say, your soul has a story to tell. Write it. There is never any reason to be afraid. Just write it and then put it out there for the world. Shove it up a flag pole and see who salutes it. Somebody will say it’s crap. So what? Somebody else will love it. And that’s what writing’s about. Love. Love of the art, love of the story, and love for and from the people who really understand your work. Nobody else matters. Love yourself. Love your work. Be brave. Just write.”
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